Category: Special Event
Moscow Superload Meeting – uncut Pt. 2
KRFP | January 21, 2014 | 7:45 pm | Audio, Special Event | 1 Comment

ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, THE CITY OF MOSCOW HOSTED A PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DUTCH HAULING COMPANY MAMMOET, THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE IDAHO STATE POLICE, LATAH COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ELECTED OFFICIALS ON MAMMOET’S PLANS TO HAUL 1.6 MILLION POUND MEGALOADS THROUGH MOSCOW AND LATAH COUNTY STARTING LATER THIS MONTH. THE SUPERSIZED MEGALOADS MAY BE THE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTS EVER ON INLAND NORTHWEST ROADWAYS. THE SIZE OF THE TRANSPORTS GREATLY EXCEEDS THE GIANT PIECES OF EXXON-MOBIL TAR SANDS EQUIPMENT MAMMOET HAULED THROUGH MOSCOW IN 2011 AND 2012, WHICH TOPPED OFF AT JUST ABOVE 400,000 POUNDS. THE LOADS, WHICH ARE HEADED TO THE CALUMET REFINERY IN GREAT FALLS WHICH PROCESSES TAR SANDS HEAVY CRUDE, ARE ALSO APPARENTLY GOING TO BE SETTING RECORDS FOR THE LONGEST AND WIDEST. THEY ARE 441 FEET LONG ,WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF A 44 STORY BUILDING, AND 27 FEET WIDE, WHICH IS WIDER THAN TWO LANES.

Participants:

mayor bill lambert

mammoet project manager chip kashel

idaho transportation department district engineer doral hoff

idaho transportation department information officer adam rush

moscow police chief david duke

city council member walter steed

” art bettge

” wayne krauss

” tom lamar

” jon weber

moscow streets director tyler palmer

idaho state police lietentant allen oswald

dave reynolds of the moscow fire department

latah county commissioner tom stroschein

moscow public works director les macdonald

Part 1 is here:


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    Moscow City Superload Meeting – uncut Pt. 1
    KRFP | January 20, 2014 | 11:39 pm | Audio, Special Event | 1 Comment

    ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, THE CITY OF MOSCOW HOSTED A PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DUTCH HAULING COMPANY MAMMOET, THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE IDAHO STATE POLICE, LATAH COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ELECTED OFFICIALS ON MAMMOET’S PLANS TO HAUL 1.6 MILLION POUND MEGALOADS THROUGH MOSCOW AND LATAH COUNTY STARTING LATER THIS MONTH. THE SUPERSIZED MEGALOADS MAY BE THE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTS EVER ON INLAND NORTHWEST ROADWAYS. THE SIZE OF THE TRANSPORTS GREATLY EXCEEDS THE GIANT PIECES OF EXXON-MOBIL TAR SANDS EQUIPMENT MAMMOET HAULED THROUGH MOSCOW IN 2011 AND 2012, WHICH TOPPED OFF AT JUST ABOVE 400,000 POUNDS. THE LOADS, WHICH ARE HEADED TO THE CALUMET REFINERY IN GREAT FALLS WHICH PROCESSES TAR SANDS HEAVY CRUDE, ARE ALSO APPARENTLY GOING TO BE SETTING RECORDS FOR THE LONGEST AND WIDEST. THEY ARE 441 FEET LONG ,WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF A 44 STORY BUILDING, AND 27 FEET WIDE, WHICH IS WIDER THAN TWO LANES.

    Participants:

    mayor bill lambert

    mammoet project manager chip kashel

    idaho transportation department district engineer doral hoff

    idaho transportation department information officer adam rush

    moscow police chief david duke

    city council member walter steed

    ” art bettge

    ” wayne krauss

    ” tom lamar

    jon weber

    moscow streets director tyler palmer

    idaho state police lietentant allen oswald

    dave reynolds of the moscow fire department

    latah county commissioner tom stroschein

    moscow public works director les macdonald

    Part 2 is here


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      Tar Sands Blockade by Nez Perce Tribe Night 2 Highlights
      KRFP | August 7, 2013 | 2:33 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

      The Nez Perce Tribe blockaded the giant, 644,000 Pound Wastewater Evaporator traveling through their reservation for the second consecutive night.   Recorded by Radio Free Moscow Citizen Journalist Eric Martin and produced by Leigh Robartes (roe-BAR-tus) of Radio Free Moscow for Flashpoints.

      The first women starts by referring to the 7 members of the Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee who were the first to be arrested blockading the Tar Sands megaload the night before.


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        Morning Mix – Nez Perce Tribe Blocks Megaload for 2 1/2 Hours
        KRFP | August 6, 2013 | 12:55 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

        SEVEN OUT OF THE EIGHT MEMBERS OF THE NEZ PERCE TRIBAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WERE ARRESTED EARLY THIS MORNING IN NORTHERN IDAHO AS THEY LED A HUMAN BLOCKADE AGAINST A GIANT PIECE OF OIL EXTRACTION EQUIPMENT BEING SHIPPED TO THE ALBERTA TAR SANDS. THE TRIBAL LEADERS AND ACTIVISTS STOOD AND SAT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HIGHWAY FOR NEARLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS, SAYING THE OIL INDUSTRY AND THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT ARE DEFYING A RULING BY A FEDERAL JUDGE EARLIER THIS YEAR AFFIRMING TRIBAL AND FOREST SERVICE AUTHORITY OVER MEGALOAD SHIPMENTS ON U.S. HIGHWAY 12.

        Jim Roach brings us the story on Morning Mix:


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          KRFP Metal Show Sat., Jun 29th – Listen to Promo
          KRFP | June 26, 2013 | 1:08 am | Audio, Special Event | No comments

          KRFP is presenting a concert this Saturday, June 29th at the Moscow Moose Lodge.  Strychnine, Odyssey and Diazepam are playing starting at 8 pm.  210 N. Main St. Moscow.

          Strychnine – black metal from Pullman

          Odyssey – prog metal from Spokane

          Lewiston – sludge metal from Lewiston

          Alloys available.  All ages.

          Listen to 45 second promo:


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            Moscow LOWV hosts Legislators Schmidt, Ringo & Agidius
            KRFP | June 3, 2013 | 11:08 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments
            • Legislative Wrap-Up Recorded Wednesday, May 1, 2013 by Citizen Journalist Maree McHugh


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              Dr. Janice Boughton speech 5-7-13
              KRFP | May 22, 2013 | 10:51 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

              Dr. Janice Boughton spoke about the high cost of health care in the United States at a Moscow League of Women Voters event held Tuesday, May 7th at the 1912 Center in Moscow, Idaho

              Introduced by Elaine Broyles


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                North Latah Highway District Candidate Interviews
                KRFP | May 19, 2013 | 7:04 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

                On Tuesday, May 21st, voters can cast ballots in one contested North Latah Highway District Commission Race.

                The two candidates are incumbent Lee Horning of Deary and challenger Shawn Farley of  Troy.  In these interviews, they discuss their views on the Idaho Transportation Department’s proposed eastern (E-2) alignment of U.S. 95 for the widening project for the six miles immediately south of Moscow, their final say on approving 129,000 pound semi-trucks on certain roads, and other issues facing the Highway District.

                You can listen here, or if you’d rather listen on the radio at 92.5 FM, the two interviews will be broadcast in their entirety Sunday at 8 pm and Monday at 9:30 pm.  You can also hear shortened versions of the interviews Monday during Morning Mix and during Evening Report at 5:30 pm.

                The winner gets a 4 -year term.  The other North Latah Highway Commissioners are Rich Hansen of Potlatch, who is running unopposed this year, and Charles Bond of Moscow, who has two years remaining in his term.


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                  Moscow School Bond Election Forum
                  KRFP | May 18, 2013 | 3:25 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

                  On April 30th, the Moscow League of Women Voters held a forum on the 20 year, $10.8 Million School Repair Bond Election.  The election is Tuesday, May 21st 8 am to 8 pm.  Most voters will cast ballots at the Latah County Fairgrounds, across White Avenue from Safeway on the east side of Moscow.  There is also a polling place in Viola.  Under Idaho law, the bond needs two-thirds of the votes to pass.

                  This panel discussion includes Moscow School District Superintendent Dale Kleinert, District Business Manager Deb Adair, Moscow Middle School Principal Kevin Hill and McDonald Elementary School Principal Cindy Bechinski.


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                    Evening Report – Fri., Mar 29, 2013 – Human Rights Act
                    KRFP | March 30, 2013 | 1:28 am | Audio, Evening Report, Special Event | No comments
                    • Panel Discussion on the Idaho Human Rights Act recorded at the State Capitol Feb., 6, 2013 — Part 1.  The full 1-hour panel will be broadcast Mon., Apr. 1st at 2:00 pm

                    SINCE THIS RECORDING WAS MADE, THE JOINT SENATE AND HOUSE STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE HELD AN INFORMATIONAL HEARING ON THE MOVE TO UPDATE THE IDAHO HUMAN RIGHTS ACT TO INCLUDE PROTECTION FROM DISCRIMINATION BASED ON SEXUAL ORIENTATION AND GENDER IDENTITY. HOWEVER COMMITTEE CHAIR CURT McKENZIE OF NAMPA SAID HE DIDN’T THINK SENTIMENT HAD SHIFTED ON THE COMMITTEES ENOUGH FROM LAST YEAR TO HAVE A FORMAL HEARING THAT MIGHT LEAD TO A BILL OR A VOTE.


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